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    If you hear of any calls for papers, conferences or other opportunities pertaining to visual methods, please feel free to share them here. 


    The new journal Visual Methodologies is sleeking content for its inaugural issue:



    It doesn’t look like the IVSA website has been updated yet, but I believe this is their call for papers for the 2012 conference in Brooklyn:



    Insightshare have some more of their participatory video courses (in the UK) coming up in March and April http://insightshare.org/engage/courses


    Some game research conferences/festivals

    – Games for Change NYC June http://www.gamesforchange.org/

    – Research and experimental Games – North Carolina http://fdg2012.org/?q=node/42


    Yay…an event in our part of the world! We have a bit of time to prepare though…Apparently the International Visual Methods Conference (held every second year) is going to be in New Zealand in 2013. Looking forward to it!


    The International Union of Anthropological and Ethnological Sciences IUAES Congress 2013 will be having a number of visual research panels. See http://www.nomadit.co.uk/iuaes/iuaes2013/panels.php5?View=Visual


    Insightshare in the UK have a couple more participatory video courses coming up in October http://www.insightshare.org/engage/courses.  They are also advertising for an new intern: http://www.insightshare.org/sites/default/files/Job%20Vacancy%20-%2…


    Conference Announcement

    3rd International Visual Methods Conference (IVM III) 2013

    Visual Methods in Mediated Environments: Connecting Diverse Worlds

    Victoria University of Wellington in conjunction with Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa Wellington, Aotearoa New Zealand
    First week of September, 2013

    (final dates to be confirmed in late January)
    What happens when we use visual methods in different ways, in different spaces?

    We warmly invite researchers, artists, scientists, educators, curators, designers and producers from academia, public sector organisations, industry, Indigenous/Aboriginal and community organisations, not-for-profit, and art practice organisations into the conference space.

    We are initially seeking proposals for activities that will engage the conference title, question and location, and stimulate creative collaborations between individuals, collectives and institutions which cross cultural, disciplinary, sectoral and/or geographic boundaries.

    Proposals may take different forms: workshops, exhibitions, screenings, ephemeral pieces, temporary sculptures, mediated 3D presentations, mash-ups, ʻinfotainmentʼ-style presentations, static 2D designs or field-trips (but not limited to these suggestions). Selection will be influenced by: an acknowledgement of the bi-cultural status of Aotearoa/New Zealand, its deep connection to Pacific Island states, availability of resources, environmental and/or social impact. Preference will be given to individuals/teams that will also be presenting a paper within the academic core of the conference. A separate call for academic papers/panels investigating Visual Methods on the conference theme(s) will be sent out in mid-January.

    Proposals and paper abstracts will be due 28 February 2013.

    A broad cross-faculty/inter-institutional panel will be involved with selection and all proposals/abstracts will receive feedback, whether accepted into the conference programme or not. This feedback will be sent by 31 March 2013.

    Details of dates, venues, registration rates (including subsidies for PhD students and low- income/community/n-f-p participants), keynote speakers and draft programme will be available with the launch of the conference website in early February 2013. (Early-bird registration is expected to close in early July).

    For more information contact:
    Sara Kindon
    Sara.Kindon@vuw.ac.nz or Geoff Hume-Cook tilnz@me.com 

    Call for Academic Papers
    3rd International Visual Methods Conference 
    Visual methods in mediated environments: connecting diverse worlds 
    Victoria University of Wellington in conjunction with
    Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa
    2 – 6 September 2013 
    Wellington, Aotearoa New Zealand
    The Wellington committee for the Third International Visual Methods Conference invites abstracts for academic papers/sessions that engage with the opportunity and the challenge of enabling interconnections across diverse disciplines, fields of study and practices. 
    Linking the ideas of mediated environments and diverse worlds with visual methods, we aim to give scholars and reflexive practitioners scope to speak from their particular locales and backgrounds, into a different and difference-attuned collegial setting. The diverse worlds we wish conference presenters to bring into clearer focus are those of the ‘straight and narrow’ of Visual Methods but also those of the ‘in-between’. Whether engaged in scholarship or activism, business or policy; whether a member of an Indigenous or settler-society, from the northern or southern hemisphere; positioned within Science or Art, using analogue or digital technologies, designing or ‘appreciating-critically’, whether researching individuals or collectives: we want to hear your ‘take’ on Visual Methods. 
    We are meeting in Wellington, “the middle of Middle Earth”, to some, Te Upoko o Te Ika a Maui (the head of Maui’s fish) to some Tāngata Whenua (people of the land). It is a small capital city that offers a particular kind of in-between-ness: simultaneously an antipodean, post-colonising, Pacific-rim, bi-cultural, administrative centre. It is also a creative-industry-hub, with several research institutes and  tertiary institutions. On a number of critical social/economic and environmental axes, it exemplifies this gathering’s purpose.
    The two prior International Visual Methods Conferences (Leeds ’09, OU Milton Keynes ’11) demonstrated that visual methods/(audio)visual practices are proliferating. Professional associations, academic disciplines, corporations and institutions of vastly different sizes, with either local or global ‘reach’ are affected by the rise of ‘free-to-use’ networking possibilities. This is due to the world-wide take up of social media, increasingly accessed via mobile devices, and the relative low cost of other image/sound recording technologies. The ubiquity of camera/video capabilities in mobile devices makes visual ‘documentation’ of events, an any-time, anywhere, activity. As with our previous conference announcement for creative and collaborative proposals for non-paper sessions, this CFP seeks to provoke engagements with the plethora of these (audio)visual methods and their, sometimes unpredictable, effects in specific places (whether physical, virtual or both at the same time).
    The conference programme will consist of pre-conference workshop(s) and a postgraduate social event, three days of paper presentations, panel sessions, keynote plenaries, and small group discussions. (Sessions will be organised around 90 minute blocks, with individual paper presentations occupying between 15-20 minutes.) The final day will involve outcomes of various collaborations between visiting delegates and local organisations: a range of exhibitions, screenings, activities and performances around the city. There will be a conference reception and conference dinner. A limited number of full and partial registrations will be available for presenters who would otherwise not be able to attend (full details of registration categories, keynote speakers and travel/accommodation options will be posted on the conference www-site in February).
    Instructions for Abstract/Proposal Submission:
    Abstracts/proposals should address the conference title in 250 words and be submitted as a MS Word file (not in the body of an email). Where a significant portion of the presentation will involve images, choose three (3) representative stills or a video section that has been encoded to no more than 4Mb in total (Quicktime compatible format) and attach that to your abstract’s email. The Conference Committee is open to other abstracts/proposals, that fit within the broad terms of the conference title and orientation (see call for proposals).
    In the file attachments, please list your name, institution and/or organisational affiliation (if any); your paper or session title, and media support required. In both your file name and email subject line, please include:
    [IVM 3; Paper or Session and Family Name]
    Please send to Sara.Kindon@vuw.ac.nz  by 28th February 2013.  All proposals will be reviewed by the Conference Committee and responded to by April 2nd.
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